Afterschool Works, and We Can’t Afford to Lose It

Millions of kids and families—including several Burnessers—have benefited from afterschool programs. Now they're at risk.

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Making Data Useful

The Healthy Marketplace Index helps people compare health care costs in their communities to others.

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Malaria: Not In My Backyard? Think Again.

A new study shows the impact of malaria in the United States.

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Taking Out the Guess Work: How, What and When to Feed Your Baby

A new guide from Healthy Eating Research can help new parents keep their babies healthy.

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The Unexpected Force That’s Making Us Sick

Maine native Nick Seaver has noticed more of his friends talking about Lyme disease. What’s behind this trend?

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What I Learned from a Trump-Supporting Clean Energy Advocate

To make progress on most of our causes ,  we need the support of people who don’t identify as progressives. But how do we win them over?

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March Madness, Burness Style

March Madness has a different meaning at Burness. To celebrate the season, we're recapping a few exciting projects launched this month.

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Burgers, Beer, and Social Change: A Journey to Designing for Good

Burness art director Kara Basabe tells the story of her transition from marketing burgers and beer to selling social change.

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Harnessing the Power of Caterpillar Saliva

Innovations in agriculture—which have the potential to benefit millions of Americans, our economy and the environment—are under threat.

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Top Colleges Unite to Enroll and Graduate More Talented Low-Income Students

Every year, thousands of high-achieving, lower-income students don’t apply to or enroll in college. 50 top colleges and universities are joining forces to change that.

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